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FOX News
Aug 15, 2009 10:30am EDT
like they want a dossier on all of us. but this one has such disdain for the wealthy that they would use it as a weapon. maybe a shaming campaign, other intimidation factors. >> collecting data for efficacy of healthcare treatments? could that lead to rationing? it is not the collection, it is how the government uses it. you talk about a 1,000-page healthcare bill. he was talking to somebody and they said that bill could be 50 to 75 pages but it is not. it is filled with these very vague lines about things like data collection and you ought to be very nervous with it. neil: why can't they make it like the manual for an iphone. >> try to read that. neil: we can read. but adam, i have been trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. explain the logic of this checking account thing. >> well, no one likes to have their privacy invaded in any way. if there is any logic to this -- and i'm not saying i think it is a good idea but we all have insurance providers who have a lot of insurance. people who provide us credit have information on us. so, to explain a rationale, if the government i
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 10:30am EDT
of the u.s. supreme court, the judge has suggested that her background, her unique background and values do and should influence her judicial decisions, and that that should be the case, perhaps with all judges, joining us now with her thought, is joanne epps, who is the dean of the beasley school of law, at temple university in philadelphia, dean epps also testified on behalf of the national association of women lawyers. at judge sotomayor's confirmation hearings, recently and nice to talk with you, dean, thanks very much for being here and let's talk first of all, about your testimony, when you went down to washington and testified on judge sotomayor's half, what was the point you most wanted to make? to members of the senate sdmeet i wanted to make collectively three points. i wanted to say in her half she was exceptionally well qualified for the position, she was experienced and had the judicial temperament to make an appropriate an effective supreme court justice and i wanted to say by way of response to criticism that her series of opinions really screams screamed out that she did not
FOX News
Aug 1, 2009 10:30am EDT
elizabeth: thank you for joining us, "cost of freedom" the number one business block on tv continues with neil cavuto right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] neil: a 180? just days after its director is called to the white house the c.b.o. comes out with a report favorable to the white house. coincidence? hi, everybody. let's get reaction now from ben stein and charles, dagen mcdowell, adam, they're all back. the congressional budget office issuing a support suggesting government-run health care can coexist with private insurers. democrats pushing it from an agency that was just last week dead set against at least some of the cost from it ben, sound a little fishy to you? >> it's a disgrace. the office is supposed to be run by congress. it's supposed to be a check and balance on the white house. the white house called in this guy. i don't know that this ever happened before with the congressional budget office. maybe it has. it's extremely rare. it's really a disgrace to the constitutional government. neil: charles, the timing is weird. >> the timing is we
FOX News
Aug 24, 2009 4:30am EDT
of them talk about efficiency, but you can't use the word efficiency and government run in the same sentence. they just don't go together. this is scary as all get out. neil: the president is right. the cash for clunkers was much more successful than they thought so they couldn't keep up with the demand. you can argue they should have planned for that. the problem wasn't the lack of interest. it was too much interest. >> right. that sets an example for what could happen. if we got a public option with health care, will a lot more people wind up on it, ultimately because it's cheap. what does that do to private insurance? also they underestimated the cost of this thing. it was originally $1 billion. because of the demand, oh, it was $3 billion. do you really want that $1 trillion plan that is going to be $3 trillion over 10 years, and then what after that? again, it raises serious concern. neil: it says something about government estimates and how much things cost. ben stein, when medicare first debuted, $65 million annual budget, $400 billion in the last year. these are moving targe
FOX News
Aug 10, 2009 4:30am EDT
the bailed out or u.s. ones to reduce the inventories which is critical. i don't think we will see the collapse because they reduced the number of cars both on the lots and on the road. >> i was a fan of it if they had done it before they gave $64 billion to general motors and chrysler. we couldn't we have tried to simulate sales before we poured owl the money out and now dolling out this $3 billion and it is largely going to foreign automakers and ford. >> i told you the decaffeinated pot was on the right. >> we we come back, the folks say that a massive tax hike on all of us won't be enough. wait until you hear the numbers that they said on that. >>> up here, a tax holiday to get americans back to work.ted. but on the ground by those who could see what needed to be done. volunteers who in service stepped forward... onto the dust of the moon, a levee in the heartland, the marble steps of a dream. you may ask yourself: "where is my moon, my levee, my dream?" well, it's here... with you. step forward. help renew america at usaservice.org >>> well, forget about cash back from the gov
FOX News
Aug 31, 2009 4:30am EDT
't know that we can use savings and government in the same sentence. i don't care who, if you are for the plan or not. two parts to the whole healthcare thing. the price tag of $1 trillion is way too low and toesent add up. we will have 47 million more people and that is all it will cost and somehow we will be able to pay for it, there will be more waste. whatever they think waste is now, they better start to multiply it. >> any time any talks about medicare or trimming costs in medicare, people go bananas. when you put a government program in place and people start getting it, nobody wants it cut, no the a liberal, not a conservative. they talk about finding savings in medicare to pay for the healthcare everhaul. medicare today is paying out more money than it is taking in. it will go broke by 2017. how does that add up? we need to fix medicare and worry about what we already have in terms of a government plan rather than getting the government more involved with it. >> they move congress has taken a practice run here. let's say we end up in the bighouse. could we get checks
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